Hi friends! In recent days, the folks at Celebrate Lit have been running a blog tour for my new Christian suspense novel, Methuselah Project S.O.S. So far, 20 book reviewers have read and written up their personal impressions of the story. (And I’m pretty thrilled that the great majority have really enjoyed the story, even when it was outside their normal genres.) If you’d like to learn more about the book or to see what these reviewers are saying about it, check out this link for Celebrate Lit. While there, you will have many chances to win a FREE copy of the book along with a $25 Amazon gift card. Leaving a comment on any of the bloggers’ reviews will add more odds of winning. But don’t delay–this blog tour will soon run out! Blessings to you!
Today is the day before the official release day of my new book, Methuselah Project S.O.S. It’s no secret that book launches are exciting events for authors. After months (or years) of toil, the long-awaited project finally becomes a reality. It’s almost like having a new baby.
As part of the celebration, here’s an offer that is FREE but only for 20 of you. Today I’ve uploaded digital copies of the book (epub, mobi, PDF) to the Booksprout website. What’s Booksprout? It’s a site where readers like you can download digital books for free — with one catch. In exchange for the free read, Booksprout makes you promise to leave at least one (but hopefully more) review at online sites like Amazon, B&N, Kobo, etc. They even give you the links to the book’s page at those sites.
Note: A review isn’t telling what the book is about. (That spoils it for other readers.) A review simply means clicking how many stars you would rate a story (1-5), along with 1 to 4 sentences telling how the story struck you. What you liked, or how it made you feel. That’s it. You don’t promise to love the stories or give them great ratings. Just your honest impressions in exchange for a free read. In the case of this book, Booksprout is offering 5 weeks before your review is due.
Interested? If so, below is the link to my book on Booksprout. Remember, only 20 people can use this offer. After 20 are downloaded, Booksprout has no more. Grab one now.
P.S. You might wonder “What’s the big deal about online reviews?” For authors, the more reviews, the better. A book that has a couple hundred or even thousands of reviews looks much more intriguing to buyers than a book that earned only 3 reviews (which are probably from the author’s own family). The words you jot in your review just might be the ones that nudge someone else to buy the book.